I feel like God took down Newt Gingrich tonight...and in the future?
Newt you played the race card, used coded language and told outright lies. My grandmother taught me as child: “GOD DON’T LIKE UGLY.” Newt your campaign was ugly. I guess you go to confession daily. ):
This just in: Nancy Reagan says “Ronnie did not pass the torch to you, Newt. Stop trying to cloak yourself with his legend!
Newt, you were a minor player to the President. So, I deduce that because you were only mentioned once in his memoirs. This shows truth and is telling. Stop trying to cloak yourself with the legend of
President Ronald Reagan.
Have you been liking the intramural with so many lies, distortions, etc. I knew that the persona Newt Gingrich used in South Carolina (to stir up racism) to win would not be used in Florida. WOULD THE REAL NEWT GINGRICH PLEASE STAND UP (: All morning pundits have been saying that Romney will win. (:
Sarah Palin said she will be saying good things about ALL THE CANDIDATES.
January 29, 2012
Gingrich blames attack ads for slump in Florida
By Sean Lengell
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Would you vote for a candidate whines like an infant?
“GINGRICH’S SUPER PACS TOTALLY UNSUPER – Running [TODAY]..in Roll Call from Eliza Newlin Carney: “In tomorrow’s paper, Roll Call’s Eliza Newlin Carney reports on Newt Gingrich‘s less-than-Super PACs. Super PACs backing Newt Gingrich have dominated media coverage of the GOP Florida primary that will be decided [Tuesday], but their impact is starting to look less than super. Two pro-Gingrich super PACs appear to have dropped out altogether. The biggest Gingrich-friendly super PAC spent $6 million in Florida backing the former Speaker, but a big chunk of it went into a ground operation that some argue was too ambitious for an independent group. The role of super PACs in Florida may underscore the limits to how much can be accomplished on the presidential campaign trail by such unrestricted groups, some political observers say. The landmark Supreme Court decision Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission freed up these groups to raise big money quickly. But super PAC organizers must keep candidates at arm’s length, making it harder to round-up volunteers and turn out voters in the field.” [Huffington Post]
Disgraced Ex-Speaker, Newt Gingrich
“SENATE ADVANCES ‘LET’S QUIT BEING DIRTBAGS’ BILL – Mike McAuliff: “The Senate advanced a bill Monday that aims to curb potential insider trading by Congress. The Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act, or STOCK Act, easily passed a procedural vote 93 to 2, clearing the way for a debate and amendment process that insiders expect will end with passage of the measure by the end of the week. The measure would require members of Congress and higher ranking staffers and federal employees to specifically abide by insider trading rules that apply to everyone, with the added protection of requiring members of Congress and their top aides to reports significant financial transactions within 30 days.” [Huffington Post]
Corruption Every Where!
[Reince Prience makes a queer comparison which he found amusing. He chuckled refused to apologized … goodolewoody]
Published on Jan 29, 2012 by CBSNewsOnline
“Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus criticized President Barack Obama, comparing him to “the captain that fled the ship in Italy, that’s our own president who is fleeing the American people.”
- THE HUMAN HEART
Reince, this is a human. How do you Republicans Survive with one? And, how can an incumbant get re-elected if he doesn’t campaign?
It’s no secret that one of the key issues in this election is jobs — and the Republican candidates are banking on people not knowing the truth about the President’s record.
Mitt Romney told Time that President Obama “has not created any new jobs,” and told ABC News earlier this month that the President has “lost 2 million jobs.”
The facts tell a different story: Under this president, we’ve seen more than 3 million private-sector jobs created in 22 consecutive months of job growth.
That’s a message we have to get out there — so we put this chart on a postcard you can send for free. Click here to send one to your friends and family who need to see it — this literally takes two minutes.
Tens of thousands of supporters have already shared images and links to this jobs chart online. Now, we want to make sure it’s out there in the offline world, too — in people’s hands, on their refrigerators, or on a message board in a public library.
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Romney leads by 15 points in Florida: Reuters/Ipsos poll
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House hopeful Mitt Romney‘s lead over rival Newt Gingrich has stretched to 15 percentage points in Florida, according to results of a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Monday, just a day before the state’s Republican primary. Support for Romney, a former Massachusetts governor and private equity executive, edged up to 43 percent among likely voters in Florida’s January 31 primary, according to the online tracking poll. It had been at 42 percent on Sunday. …
Auction 2012: 30 Million Jobs and the Election
This week, I’m pleased to bring you an important discussion about what we should be talking about this election season. Corruption. The Huffington Post, the Dylan Ratigan Show, and United Republic will be holding a weeklong series on the costs of our bought government. We’ll look into corruption in banking, energy, health care, trade, and education. We’ll show you how much corruption is costing you, personally. And we’ll trace the money behind it all.
Why are we doing this? Because this is what American elections should be about, not SuperPACs and trivia. During the financial crisis, a US senator asked me, “does the government regulate Wall Street, or does Wall Street, with their billions and billions of dollars, regulate the government through lobbying and campaign financing?” This question is at the root of what ails us as a nation… READ ENTIRE ARTICLE .
A solemn crowd gathers outside the Stock Exchange after the crash. 1929